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The reality is that a Black man named Eric Monte is the genius behind the renaissance of Black television In the 1970s.

A new series will follow Indianapolis-bred comedian Mike Epps and his wife Kyra as they lead home rehabilitation projects to create affordable housing in his hometown.

Iconic sitcom "A Different World," which turns 35 this year, has had a lasting influence on HBCUs.

Only 4.8 percent of 3,817 staffed writers from the 2016-17 TV season were Black, said a new study from Color of Change.

Black television has long reflected a wide diversity of Black America's stories -- from the college students at Hillman, to the family matters in Carl Winslow's house and the hard struggles Florida and James Evans endured living in project housing.